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Imaging Magnetic and Electric Fields with an Electron Microscope

Research
Imaging Magnetic and Electric Fields with an Electron Microscope

A new high-speed detector for electron microscopes uses every transmitted electron to measure electric and magnetic fields

(2016)

New property of electrons may lead to novel electronic devices

Research

New property of electrons may lead to novel electronic devices

(2015)

“Shaken, not stirred”: Spin controlled with mechanical vibration

Research
Spin resonance in diamond using a MEMS resonator
(2014)

Atomic Break Dancing in the World’s Thinnest Glass

Research

Electron microscopy reveals the fundamental steps of bending

(2014)

Ordering Nanoscale Dots with Molecular Honeycombs

Research

Designable Porous Organic Networks Represent A New Strategy for Nanoparticle Assembly

(2013)

Launching Student Interest in Science

Scientists design experiments to increase excitement K-12 science education
(2013)

Precise Stitching, Not Patch Size, Determines the Quality of Atomic Quilts

Research
Intergrain stitching determines electrical conductance across graphene grain boundaries

The outstanding electronic and mechanical properties of single-atom-thick layers of carbon, so-called “graphene” films, make

(2012)

Controlling and Imaging Electron Motions in Atomic-Scale Sandwiches

Research
A new instrument allows the first imaging of the movement of electrons in artificial materials

(2012)

A Better Type of Computer Memory Demonstrated

Research
Newly discovered “giant” spin Hall effect enables simple and efficient magnetic memory
(2012)

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